<< Managing Delirium In The Emergency Department: Tools For Targeting Underlying Etiology

Risk Management Pitfalls For Delirium In The Emergency Department

  1. “I thought that this was the patient’s baseline dementia.”
    Dementia is a common confounder for delirium, but it is also a major risk factor for the development of delirium, as the neurologic pathology follows similar pathways. Demented patients are a higher-yield group for delirium screening and they benefit from additional attention and specialized care.

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